“A beautiful, riveting work of comics art that I would recommend to anyone.” –Mark Waid
William Gibson makes his comics debut in a story involving dystopian futures and World War II.
Oh no, they say he's got to go, go go Dragonzord!
Is this the end of the Utromites?
That rare moment a horror sequel is better than the original.
A visually delightful crime noir with complex characters.
"There are things within us all, that can never be unleashed." -Vanessa Ives
Drawing influence from giant monster movies, prison stories, and children's cartoons, Kaijumax Season 2 #1 is something entirely new and astoundingly creative.
There's a surprising amount of dog shit in this book. Not too much though, just the right amount of dog shit.
It's a reprint of an art book by Frank Cho. Does it really need to be reviewed, or are we just after clicks? Click and find out!
If beer, violence, heavy metal-esque art, and weird storytelling are your thing, this comic has got you covered.
The turtles spring into action to battle Shredder, mad scientist Baxter Stockman, Bebop, Rocksteady and the notorious Krang... Wait, what am I reviewing?
Why eat the rich when you can feed them a revolver?
4 Kids Walk Into a Bank… and star in the best comic of the year.
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